Overview of ISIS
The Office of Integrated Surveillance and Informatics Services (ISIS) provides a single point of contact for infectious disease reporting in Massachusetts and is responsible for data collection and other surveillance activities for approximately 80 reportable diseases. ISIS's principal goal is to ensure the timely and accurate processing of critical infectious disease information in order for epidemiologists and nurses and the state and local health level to conduct public health investigations. ISIS monitors infectious disease information in the Commonwealth in order to identify infectious disease trends and guide policy decisions. ISIS provides oversight for surveillance and informatics initiatives that support the Bureau's epidemiological, and disease control and prevention efforts; these include MAVEN (Massachusetts Virtual Epidemiologic Network), the Commonwealth's web-based disease surveillance and case management system and electronic laboratory reporting (ELR) efforts.
- Surveillance Data Request
- Reportable Diseases, Surveillance and Isolation & Quarantine Requirements
- Case Report Forms
- Massachusetts Virtual Epidemiologic Network (MAVEN)
- Electronic Laboratory Reporting
- Meaningful Use and Public Health Objectives
Office of Integrated Surveillance and Informatics Services
Bureau of Infectious Disease
Hinton State Laboratory Institute
305 South Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Tel: (617) 983-6550
Confidential Fax: (617) 983-6813
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